The Dutch rate of inflation rose to 3% in January, its highest level since September 2008, the national statistics office CBS said on Wednesday.
In December, inflation rose to 2.9%. The January increase has been prompted by an increase in the cost of insurance and new cars, the CBS said. Higher petrol prices also had an effect.
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